In a world that expects you to keep doing, moving, producing, and contributing, it can feel impossible to reconnect with your essential self.
But discarding your social self and embracing your essential self is imperative to your internal peace and happiness.
- If you’re dreading some part of your business or work…
- If you aren’t clear about what you want in business or life…
- If you can’t quiet the constant noise around your or the constant chatter in your mind…
- If the answers just aren’t coming for the big life decisions…
- Or if you simply desire to reconnect with yourself more deeply…
This day long retreat could be exactly what you’re longing for.
Together, we’ll settle into nature and seek clarity…or simply settle into stillness to tune in.
The day will be a mixture of journaling, art, meditation, movement, and group sharing.
The only expectation *I* have of the day is that you show up and be present. Nature, writing, movement, and art will provide all the material and direction you need.
Arrival: 9:30 – 10 am
Workshop: 10 am – 4 pm with a one-hour break for lunch (BYOL: please plan to bring your own lunch – there is a refrigerator onsite to store your items).
Registration is LIMITED to 12 people.
Join award-winning author and Wayfinder Angie Mattson Stegall as she immerses you in the concept of Notes from Nature – tune in to your inner voice by letting nature take the lead.
Angie has discovered, through a life deliberately designed around time spent in nature, that nature gives her answers, messages, signs, and even gifts. When her heart is heavy, when she’s feeling detached from her essential self, or when she’s struggling with life or business, the solution is disconnecting from “normal life” and connecting to nature.
“When we immerse ourselves in nature, we can’t help but remember our own nature. In the quiet and spaciousness of the wild, we naturally turn into a deeper listening, to the tender voice of our heart, to the truth at the center of our being, where a vision, a new insight, a new way of being in the world may be born.” Petra Lentz-Snow